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A&K fights against illegal wildlife trade

The Travel & Tourism Declaration on the illegal trade in wildlife has made representatives of the global travel industry commit to the fight against the illegal activity, with Abercrombie & ...
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Going gorilla in Rwanda

Our driver from Kigali International Airport introduced himself as Bosco and told us he combined driving with his passion for coffee. Bosco also tells us that he trains local baristas ...
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National Zoo & Aquarium introduces 'Solo'

The National Zoo and Aquarium in Canberra has officially introduced the newest member of their pack to the world – a four-month old male cheetah cub, named Solo. While most ...
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The secrets of Mare

When the weather gods decide to hurl a cauldron’s brew of stormy grey clouds and wind-tossed waters at your island paradise, what else is there to do than abandon the ...
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The Karijini Experience

Magnificent ‘Spa Pool’ at the top of Hamersley Gorge Karijini National Park is a little like Western Australia’s own Grand Canyon, except without the crowds. A national park in the ...
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Thailand's Maya Beach to remain open

Despite recent reports that Southern Thailand’s famous Maya Beach will close for three months this year, the Phi Phi National Park Office has confirmed to the Tourism Authority of Thailand ...
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I’ll be seeing you morla, on Norfolk Island time

Barely three hours flying time out of Sydney, the island of Norfolk in the South Pacific, can take you back to the feeling of a country town. Every passing driver ...
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Swim with whales in Tonga

Swimming with whales is a mind-blowing experience and Tonga is a great place to experience it. Majestic Whale Encounters has been running tours for several years and, in 2018, will ...
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Sri Lanka’s Wild Coast

Paradise is calling where the Indian Ocean meets the wild and lush shorelines of Sri Lanka. Relais & Châteaux member, Resplendent Ceylon, has unveiled the luxurious Wild Coast Tented Lodge ...
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Madagascar, the animal kingdom

A Verreaux’s sifaka. Sifakas are a class of lemur that are commonly found in the forests of Madagascar. Almost all of them are facing the threat of extinction. The African ...
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